The opportunity to acquire a rare and historic watch from Rolex history, a 1953 Rolex 6202 Turn-O-Graph, will be available for your acquisition soon.
Less than 1000 of these were made during their one year production. The 1953 Turn-O-Graph is the watch that spawned the "tool watch" and the Submariner.
"Due to its age, short production run, and important role within Rolex’s history, surviving examples of Rolex’s reference 6202 Turn-O-Graph have become quite rare and desirable among collectors today. While it may look like a vintage Submariner with an aftermarket bezel insert from a distance, the reference 6202 is actually a watch that pre-dates the Submariner and lent its design DNA to some of Rolex’s most treasured and successful lines of sports watches."
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This section is under construction. Awaiting completion of full service.
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Pictures of the 1953 Rolex 6202 Turn-O-Graph in "as acquired condition" It is currently undergoing a complete servcing by Phillip Ridley, a vintage Rolex expert and a CW21 Certified Watchmaker.
Service will includes: a NOS Rolex crystal, new crown, rebuilding auto-wind rotor, and instalation of period correct, bubble second hand.
A very mild, spot polishing may be done during servicing.
Acquisition price: $25,500.00 USD
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